Book #4 of the Blue Heron series. I’ve read the first three so I should read this one too, right?
Here is my GoodReads review:
I laughed as well as cried but there was something I didn’t get. Maybe I was expecting Jack to be “more” and am a bit disappointed with him.
His character lacked those moments when he realizes why he can’t live without Em, Maybe that’s the one.
Also the other pairs I loved in the earlier books were a bit too “comical” in this particular book.
I started this book but it was weird that I needed to take a break and in between I was able to read two (or possibly three) books in between. Yeah talk about weird.
Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas
Here is my GoodReads review:
Finally finished the book.
This was one book I was so eager to read but in between chapters I had to take breaks and I’ve read three other books before I read till the end.
It has a unique writing style that is not chronologically possible but as one reads the events, one can weave the plot as these events unfold.
I enjoyed the book and at the same time I didn’t enjoy it because there was a certain feeling that something is going to happen contrary to what I think should happen. It did and that was totally unexpected and it gave me the creeps.
Would I recommend the book? I would.
What’s more weird is that I’ve started the Dangerous Boys book but am taking a break right now.
The Galeon, the Manila-Acapulco Galleon Museum will be opening on 2015. The groundbreaking ceremony happened two weeks ago with Senator Edgardo Angara, his Excellency Ambassador Julio Camarena of Mexico and Hans T. Sy initiated the ground-breaking ceremony at the Mall of Asia.
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More photos here.
Do you know from what generation you belong to?
The Greatest Generation is where those born before 1928 belong to, they who fought and won (or lost) World War 2.
The Silent Generation are the people born from 1928 through 1945. They are also known as the “Children of the Great Depression and World War 2”. They are said to be “silent” because most of them are conformists and has a striking contrast with baby boomers.
The Baby Boomers are those born after World War 2 and around 1964, when the birth control pill was first introduced to the market.
Generation X are those born from 1965 to 1980. They are also called the GenXers.
Millenials or the Generation Y refers to those born after 1980. They grew up during the time of the World Wide Web.
Generation Z are called digital natives or those born from 1995 onwards. These young folks grew up in time social media. They can also be referred as the ‘Google generation.’ If you want to know all kinds of fender rumble series they are the resource people to go to.
Electrolux and Gawad Kalinga’s Trese partnered to have these donated pre-loved clothes transformed into beautiful and colorful quilts for the newborn babies from orphanages and other communities. Now, if that advocacy touched your hearts, then sort through your closets now and look for clothes that you might want to give to help keep warm these babies as the -BER months usher in cooler winds.
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